They call it the Forgotten War.
But Howard Deitz and Clyde A. Jones will never forget the police skirmish that came to be known as the Korean War.
“He was there when they tore loose,” said Deitz of his fellow comrade. “I was there when they signed the treaty.”
The men and Flavius Hall were among the many called to arms to a foreign country that’s been historically described as the world’s coldest place in winter and its hottest place in summer.